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Dale Stockton Joins as New Chairman of Spirit of Blue

Dale Stockton Joins as New Chairman of Spirit of Blue

PORTLAND, OREGON – May 21, 2020 – Spirit of Blue is happy to announce that Dale Stockton has joined Foundation's Board of Directors and will serve in the role of Chairman.  He will be focusing his first term on engaging new corporate partnerships, expanding the Foundation’s annual membership program and exploring new program opportunities to benefit the safety of officers ...
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Kentucky State Police Trooper Saved With Granted Tourniquet From Spirit of Blue

Kentucky State Police Trooper Saved With Granted Tourniquet From Spirit of Blue

FRANKFORT, KENTUCKY – February 17, 2020 – The Spirit of Blue Foundation is pleased to announce its first verified save of a law enforcement officer with equipment granted through its safety grant program.  On June 11, 2019, Kentucky State Police Trooper Brad Martin was taking part in serving a warrant in Perry County, Kentucky when he was fired upon and ...
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Spirit of Blue Receives Grant Funding from Ford’s Driving Skills for Life

Spirit of Blue Receives Grant Funding from Ford’s Driving Skills for Life

DEARBORN, MICHIGAN – January 21, 2020 – The Spirit of Blue Foundation is excited to announce that it has received a financial grant from Ford Driving Skills for Life, a signature program of the Ford Motor Company Fund.  The grant will enable Spirit of Blue to continue to administer its safety equipment and training grant program to enhance the ...
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OUR MISSION

We are dedicated to the enhancement of officer safety and vitality throughout the law enforcement community by promoting public awareness for their protection and fulfilling safety equipment and training needs.

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THE NEED

Over 900,000 law enforcement officers honorably serve the population of the United States - that equates to 1 officer for every 350 citizens. On average, 125 officers are lost and another 15,000 are injured in the line of duty each year. Yet funding for safety equipment and training is dwindling as tax revenues decline. The need for supplemental funding to protect these officers has never been greater.

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